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CMEs, Conferences and Grand Rounds

December 6, 2023


  • Fetal Echocardiography: Understanding the Normal and Abnormal Fetal Heart. December 14, 2023, 6 to 7 p.m. Category 2 CME for OB/MFM providers. Learn more and register.

Mental Health – First Approach Skills Training (FAST) Trainings 

These trainings are intended for primary care–based behavioral health providers. For questions about resources or training opportunities for providers, please contact

Project ECHO

  • Caring for Gender Diverse Youth, Series 2 – A Project ECHO: A free series for healthcare providers who are interested in learning how to provide gender-affirming care or who are currently providing gender-affirming care, particularly in the primary care setting.
    • January through June 2024
    • Category 1 CME credits and Quality Improvement MOC (Part 4) credits are available
    • Learn more and register by noon on December 15, 2023

2024 Pediatric Nursing Update Conference: January 26, 2024 (virtual)

Save the date in 2024:

  • 2024 Nursing Research Symposium: May 10, 2024, Seattle Children’s Sand Point Learning Center

Grand Rounds

Provider Grand Rounds

Year-round on Thursdays from 8 to 9 a.m. Learn more.

  • December 7, 2023: Pediatric Pandemic (Really Disaster) Network. Brianna Enriquez, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UW, Emergency Medicine, Seattle Children’s; Danielle Zerr, MD, MPH, Professor of Pediatrics, Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Disease and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology, UW, Medical Director of Infection Prevention, Seattle Children’s.
  • December 14, 2023: State of the Department. Leslie Walker-Harding, MD; Ford/Morgan Endowed Professor, Chair of Department of Pediatrics and Associate Dean of University of Washington; Chief Academic Officer and Senior Vice President, Seattle Children’s.
  • December 21 and 28 – No Grand Rounds (Winter Holidays)

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

First Friday of every month October through June from 8 to 9:20 a.m. Learn more.

  • January 5, 2024: Complex Developmental Trauma and the Attachment, Regulation and Competence (ARC) Treatment Network: Identification and Translation of Key Principles of Intervention Across Treatment Settings, Building From the Foundational Theories of Childhood Development, Attachment and Traumatic Stress. Margaret Blaustein, PhD
    Director, Center for Trauma Training, Inc. (Virtual Only).
  • February 2, 2024Development of and Intervention With the National Training and Development Curriculum (NTDC), the Children’s Bureau First Federally Funded Foster and Adoptive Parent Training Program That Is Culturally Adapted and Trauma-Informed; and the Washington State Kinship Navigator Program. Angelique Day, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Social Work. (Wright Auditorium, hospital campus).